Hundreds of houses to be built in Jerusalem, Ma'ale AdumimPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu approves plans to build 760 housing units in Ma'ale Adumim and Jerusalem.
Arab who posed as terminally ill Jew indicted for fraudA Jerusalem Arab has been indicted for extortion and blackmail, after posing as a Jewish woman sick with cancer.
'He returned the Jewish people to Jerusalem'MK and Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick eulogizes Dr. Irving Moskowitz as a one-of-a-kind Jewish phenomenon.
Paying tribute to 'the doctor who saved the life of Jerusalem'Activists credit American-Jewish philanthropist Dr. Irving Moskowitz with the miraculous Jewish revival in Jerusalem; 'He's not gone.'
Palestinian campaign targets Arabs selling property to JewsArab activists in Jerusalem - backed by the Palestinian Authority - announce new push to stop Jewish population growth. Will it backfire?
Jerusalem to get 'Gush Katif Square'Square on Shaarei Tzedek Street to be dedicated to memory of 21 Gaza communities destroyed in 2005 Disengagement.
Elkin: The Likud's victory saved IsraelMinister Ze’ev Elkin responds to secret letter between Herzog and Abbas in which opposition leader agreed to divide Jerusalem.
Chabad shaliach in Jerusalem passes awayRabbi Yona Biniashvili, Chabad emissary in Beit Hakerem, passes away suddenly after suffering a heart attack.
Jerusalem fire forces city entrance to be closedBlaze rages near capital's Har Hamenuchot cemetery, Jerusalem Forest. Firefighters, planes working to contain it.
Hundreds of illegally-sold artifacts seized in Jerusalem mallIsrael Antiquities Authority raids store selling ancient objects in violation of law. Indictment to be filed against store owner.
Major security reinforcements at Kotel following terror attackJerusalem police beef up security personnel on and around Temple Mount as the first Friday of Ramadan approaches.
The Jewish Word's June 'Jerusalem' issueThe Jewish Word magazine has published a special issue on Jerusalem in honor of Jerusalem Day. Read it here on Arutz Sheva.
Open letter on Jerusalem Day to overseas students in IsraelYou Jewish teenagers and young adults made Jewish history this year, showing determination and staying power to stand with Israel.
Netanyahu: No one will remove us from our landNetanyahu speaks at the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, vows to keep Jerusalem united and build in the city.
Netanyahu promises not to redivide JerusalemIn Jerusalem Day ceremony PM vows 'never to return to reality of a torn city' and urges peace talks - even as Abbas demands division.
The precise number of Jews in the 'West Bank'In new report, the Jewish population stats in Judea and Samaria are broken down into towns and regions, detail growth since Dec. 31, 2010.
Mayor Barkat: Government 'forced a building freeze on Jerusalem'Jerusalem Mayor marks Jerusalem Day by praising residents for 'coping' with terror wave, accuses govt. of Jewish construction freeze.
'Terror won't succeed in driving Jews out of Jerusalem'Daniel Luria, Executive Director of Ateret Cohanim, stresses that Jerusalem can't and will never be divided.
Watch: Bennett leads nighttime march through JerusalemArutz Sheva joins Education Minister as he leads hike in the footsteps of the fighters who united Jerusalem in 1967.
‘We need to have every inch of Yerushalayim owned by us’Dr. Rabbi Joe Stamm says Ateret Cohanim are trying to reunite Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
‘Call us to find help for kids in trouble'MASK founder calls on parents to let the group help them deal with drugs, alcohol, gambling, mental health problems.
Watch: ‘Every part of Jerusalem is holy’NY Assemblyman Dov Hikind says keeping Jews from living in eastern Jerusalem is undemocratic.
Huckabee: Trump ‘will be a great president’At Ateret Cohanim dinner, Mike Huckabee notes it's 'good to have someone in the family,' referring to Trump's Jewish son-in-law.
Bruce Blakeman vows support for Ateret CohanimHempstead Town Councilman Bruce Blakeman says Jews in his district 'feel very strongly about mission of Ateret Cohanim.'
Haredi rabbi: 5-year-old girls 'shouldn't ride bicycles'Rabbi of Jerusalem neighborhood of Nahlaot leaves many haredim unimpressed with extreme ruling, claims young girls can 'provoke' men.
Jerusalem's declining Jewish majority about to rise again?While Jewish majority has declined since reunification of Jerusalem in 1967, data suggests that trend may be reversing itself.
Meretz head attacks Netanyahu for praising coexistencePM calls to preserve coexistence in capital; Galon slams him for abandoning security and demands dividing the capital as the 'solution.'
Who's trying to stymie the Jewish community in Shiloach?Municipal committee postpones construction approval in Jerusalem after high-level pressure, prompting angry clashes.
Paratroopers ordered to hide in JerusalemParatrooper recruits told on police orders to close bus curtains at Damascus Gate en route to Kotel ceremony; 'did we liberate Jerusalem?'
Jerusalem now home to 10% of IsraelisThe largest city in Israel, 870,000 residents recorded in Jerusalem as of 2015 Jerusalem Day statistics reveal.
Lag Ba'Omer bonfires caused Thursday's major wildfiresLack of fire safety likely responsible for massive fires near Jerusalem, Fire chief says.
Restoration work starts at Jerusalem's Holy SepulchreGreek specialists to complete work by early 2017.
'He went to sleep - but never woke up'Tragedy in the capital: Jerusalem toddler passes away in his sleep.
Sa'ar to Trump and Clinton: Let us build in JerusalemFormer Likud minister urges presidential candidates to publicly support Israel's right to build in Jerusalem.
Arabs angered by UN exhibit calling Jerusalem Israel's capitalArab and Islamic nations demand the UN remove a panel from an Israeli exhibition that calls Jerusalem "the capital of the Jewish people".
Rape case shocks Jerusalem haredi communityRespected rabbi indicted in Jerusalem court, accused of abusing position of power to rape numerous young girls.
Unity talks hung up on a unilateral division of JerusalemCoalition expansion talks go on, but Herzog's demand for 'separation plan' giving PA control of Arab parts of Jerusalem presents problems.
Court gives Jerusalem property back to Jewish ownersArabs have been squatting on the property since 1948.
Chemical spill in Jerusalem, residents told to remain indoorsIndustrial chemical spill in northern Jerusalem neighborhood, residents complain of vomiting, painful burning in eyes
Hunt still on for Arab terrorists who stabbed elderly womenPolice release two suspects after determining they weren't involved in the attack which left 2 women in their 80s wounded.
Terrorist stabs two elderly women in JerusalemStabbing attack in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood. Two women in their 80s wounded.
American Jewish extremists against JerusalemThey actually stand up against Jerusalem.
Jerusalem rabbis: Haredi cinema would ruin the Jewish PeopleCommunity rabbis write protest letter against planned haredi culture center. 'Many pure souls are dragged to hell because of movies.'
The silent war Israel is losing in north JerusalemDeputy Mayor reveals 'we lost sovereignty' in capital; 50,000 Arabs throng in with Hamas filling the vacuum, as govt. shuts its eyes.
Jerusalem police threaten Lehava leader ahead of soccer matchLehava leader threatened with court proceedings if he 'breaks any law' or 'disturbs the peace' during Beitar Jerusalem game.
PM orders probe into school which hosted terrorists' familiesSchool which hosted terrorists' families for a 'meet and greet' to be investigated on Netanyahu's orders.
Couple suspected of causing forest fire with improvised BBQCouple from southern Israel under suspicion of damaging tens of thousands of square meters with their improvised barbecue.
'Government is letting Jerusalem businesses collapse'Business owners in the capital say fear is keeping customers at home, while government stands by and lets commerce collapse.
Police boost Old City security, limit Women of the Wall servicesVisits to Temple Mount, Women of the Wall services limited in effort to keep calm ahead of tourism wave during Passover.
New Jerusalem highway unifies city, links Judea to SamariaNew section of Begin Expressway connects strategic Judea, Samaria highways. Drivers can now cross city hassle-free in 12 minutes.
23 Families Left Homeless from Devastating FireFollowing devastating Jerusalem fire, fundraising campaign helps raise money for 23 homeless families as Passover approaches.
Israeli orphans celebrate bar and bat mitzvahs in Jerusalem110 Israeli children who are orphaned or lost one parent celebrated their bar and bat mitzvahs in Jerusalem.
Academics, journalists to trash Jerusalem's 50th celebrationsWith the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem's liberation/unification next month, a left-wing group plans to highlight the "occupation."
Prison for 5 Arabs who assaulted Jews in JerusalemArmon Hanatziv gang found to have targeted Orthodox couples in brutal attacks last June.
Significant progress in Jerusalem bus bomb investigationInvestigators homing in on terror cell behind bombing which left 16 wounded; critically injured man believed to have been the bomber.
'Reminiscent of the Second Intifada bus bombings'Arutz Sheva coverage at the scene: Mayor Barkat calls for alertness, medic notes chilling echoes of 2000 terror war.
Two 12-year-old Arabs arrested, planned Jerusalem stabbingThree knives and a farewell note found in the coat of one of the young would-be killers, after alert police noted them acting suspiciously.